|Number of teams||14|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Luxembourg National Division|
|Relegation to||1. Division|
|Domestic cup(s)||Luxembourg Cup|
|Current champions|| FC Rodange 91 |
|Current: 2020–21 Luxembourg Division of Honour|
The Division of Honour (Luxembourgish : Éierepromotioun, French : Promotion d'Honneur, German : Ehrenpromotion) is the second-level football league in Luxembourg. It lies below the National Division and above the 1. Division.
The clubs competing in the 2020–21 season are listed below.
|Alisontia Steinsel||Stade Henri Bausch||500||9th|
|FC Atert Bissen||Terrain Bousbierg||1,000||2nd (1.Division Serie 1)|
|Berdenia Berbourg||Stade Rénert||800||3rd (1.Division Serie 2)|
|SC Bettembourg||Stade Municipal Bettembourg||700||1st (1.Division Serie 2)|
|Blo-Waïss Medernach||Terrain Bloen Eck||120||14th|
|US Esch-Alzette||Stade Lankhelz||1,500||3rd|
|FC Jeunesse Canach||Stade Rue de Lenningen||1,000||8th|
|Jeunesse Junglinster||Terrain Route de Luxembourg||1,500||13th|
|UN Käerjeng 97||Stade um Bëchel||1,000||4th|
|FC Mamer 32||Stade François Trausch||2,600||10th|
|Marisca Mersch||Schintgespesch||500||1st (1.Division Serie 1)|
|Mondercange FC||Stade Mondercange||3,300||7th|
|US Rumelange||Stade Municipal||2,950||5th|
|FC Schifflange 95||Stade Rue Denis Netgen||3,100||2nd (1.Division Serie 2)|
|Union Mertert-Wasserbillig||Stade de la Sûre||1,800||12th|
|Yellow Boys Weiler-la-Tour||Am Dieltchen||550||11th|
|Year||Winners||Runners-up||Promoted after play-off|
|1959–60||Chiers Rodange||US Rumelange|
|1960–61||Alliance Dudelange||US Dudelange|
|1961–62||Avenir Beggen||The Belval Belvaux|
|1962–63||Jeunesse Wasserbillig||Progrès Niedercorn|
|1963–64||US Rumelange||FC Rapid Neudorf|
|1964–65||CS Pétange||Avenir Beggen|
|1965–66||US Mondorf||Rapid Neudorf|
|1966–67||Progrès Niedercorn||Red Boys Differdange|
|1967–68||CS Fola Esch||CS Grevenmacher|
|1968–69||Stade Dudelange||SC Tétange|
|1969–70||CS Grevenmacher||Alliance Dudelange|
|1970–71||National Schifflange||Etzella Ettelbruck|
|1971–72||SC Bettembourg||Fola Esch|
|1972–73||Red Star Merl-Belair||Stade Dudelange|
|1973–74||Progrès Niedercorn||Alliance Dudelange|
|1974–75||Chiers Rodange||Stade Dudelange|
|1975–76||CS Grevenmacher||Red-Black Pfaffenthal|
|1976–77||Spora Luxembourg||Union Luxembourg|
|1977–78||Aris Bonnevoie||Young Boys Diekirch|
|1978–79||Spora Luxembourg||Stade Dudelange|
|1979–80||Olympique Eischen||Alliance Dudelange|
|1980–81||FC Wiltz 71||Jeunesse Hautcharage|
|1981–82||US Rumelange||Stade Dudelange|
|1982–83||Spora Luxembourg||Etzella Ettelbruck|
|1983–84||Alliance Dudelange||Olympique Eischen|
|1984–85||CS Grevenmacher||Swift Hesperange|
|1985–86||FC Wiltz 71||CS Pétange|
|1986–87||Aris Bonnevoie||US Rumelange|
|1994–95||FC Rodange 91||Sporting Mertzig|
|1995–96||CS Hobscheid||US Rumelange|
|1996–97||Red Boys Differdange||CS Pétange|
|1997–98||Aris Bonnevoie||FC Mondercange|
|1998–99||US Rumelange||FC Schifflange 95|
|1999–2000||Etzella Ettelbruck||FC Rodange 91|
|2000–01||Swift Hesperange||Progrès Niedercorn|
|2001–02||FC Wiltz 71||Victoria Rosport|
|2002–03||Etzella Ettelbruck||Spora Luxembourg|
|2003–04||Alliance 01 Luxemburg||CS Pétange|
|2004–05||UN Käerjéng 97||US Rumelange|
|2005–06||FC Differdange 03||Progrès Niedercorn|| FC Mondercange |
FC Mamer 32
|2006–07||RM Hamm Benfica||Avenir Beggen|
|2007–08||US Rumelange||Fola Esch||SC Steinfort|
|2008–09||CS Pétange||FC Mondercange|
|2009–10||FC Wiltz 71||Jeunesse Canach|
|2010–11||Union 05 Kayl-Tétange||US Rumelange||US Hostert|
|2011–12||Jeunesse Canach||Etzella Ettelbruck||FC Wiltz 71|
|2012–13||Swift Hesperange||US Rumelange|
|2013–14||Victoria Rosport||US Hostert||US Mondorf|
|2014–15||RM Hamm Benfica||Racing FC Union Luxembourg||UNA Strassen|
|2015–16||UN Käerjéng 97||CS Pétange||Jeunesse Canach|
|2016–17||US Esch||FC Rodange 91||US Hostert|
|2017–18||Etzella Ettelbruck||US Rumelange|
|2018–19||FC Rodange 91||Blue Boys Muhlenbach|
|1988–89||Aris Bonnevoie||Fola Esch||Alliance Dudelange|
|1990–91||FC Wiltz 71||Koeppchen Wormeldange|
|1991–92||F91 Dudelange||Etzella Ettelbruck||Fola Esch|
|1993–94||FC Wiltz 71||Koeppchen Wormeldange||Swift Hesperange|
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